j What Goes Up. A contemporary dance performed by pupils from
Intake High School, Leeds.
Resorts and Islands. Angela
I Rippon visits Clevedon and Weston-super-Mare, and ends her journey on the lonely island ofSteepholm.
(Tomorrow: the Kennet and Avon Canal)
Pathe News of this week in 1952. A Griffin production for BBCtv (B/w)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
How to make a video diary for use in the series. (Stereo;
Paris through the eyes of teenagers Sirine and Jean.
; A Sensible production for BBCtv (Stereo) I 9.25am Christianity in Today's World
Rosie Sheehan reports from
Atlanta, USA, on television and radio evangelism. (Stereo;
Programme for infants.
Today, Gary Wilmot reads Big Bad Barney Bear. (Stereo)
Making up rhythm patterns with clicks, taps and claps, (Stereo;
Today, number sequences and maths in the pop music industry.
The Anglo-Saxons. Episode 2 of the The Raven and the Cross.
A CASE production for BBCtv (Stereo;
i Series for 5- and 6-year-olds. Nan repairs a BMX bike.
A series encouraging teenagers to create music. Today, composition, including technology, songwriting and improvisation. (stereo;
Multi-media two-year GCSE German course. Teenagers in Hamburg talk about their free time.
Rob Curling examines the debate over open-cast mining. (Stereo;
The World Since 1945. Today, the Vietnam War.
The second of two programmes on the new geography curriculum for primary schools, presented by David Bellamy.
When Michael falls asleep his toys come to life.
Cartoon adventures of the family of monsters.
Explorers and Encounters
Columbus - the second episode of a two-part drama. (Stereo)
Followed by Storytime (Stereo)
From Purley, Surrey.
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Using Their Talent. Only a few children develop a skill to a high , level, but why do some countries produce skills that others don't? Narrated byjudi Dench. (Postponed from 2 October)
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and Regional News; Weather
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I Gary Cooper I Melody Jones, an innocent I cowboy, is mistaken for Monte Jarrad, a wanted murderer.
Director Stuart Heisler (B/w) ● FILMS: pages 59-68
Cherry de Longpre:
PoP de Longpre:
First of a six-part series in which Sir Roy Strong explores the gardens created by the Royal Family.
Tonight he compares the gardens of Hampton Court with those of Het Loo Palace in Holland.
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Cult American comedy series.
Family. The family decide to get cousin Itt a job at the zoo.
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The American comedy series about fast-talking Will and his I Bel-Air cousins.
Community Action. Hilary is sentenced to community service, and finds it an unexpected pleasure. Will Smith .....................HIMSELF
Last in the series of the football magazine, with Kevin Allen. Tonight, Eusebio reflects on his spectacular career. Series producer Dele Oniya
The animation series includes
i. Dog Boy , the man who has
« developed some canine habits, and The Specialists.
1 Last in the series that looks at current efforts being made to I reshape African societies.
Born Again Democracy. Last year, Frederick Chiluba swept to power in Zambia after decades of one-party rule by Kenneth Kaunda. His mission - to rescue a collapsed economy, restore human rights, and clean up the widespread corruption that came to characterise
I Kaunda's 26 years as president. ' How successful has President
; Chiluba been - and is multi-i party democracy enough to pull i Zambia back from the brink? I Narrated by Hugh Quarshie. Producer Peter Emina
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L First showing on network television for this family drama starring Brian Dennehy Piper Laurie
For Gus , the autocratic head of his family, things begin to fall apart when the factory where he works is threatened with closure, and his son announces he wants to give up his medical studies.
Director John David Coles
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by Graham and Jez Alborough
A series of comedy films starring Dawn French
A tale of jealousy and tears behind the scenes of children's television.
With Dexter Fletcher, Diane Bull and Jane Booker.
A TalkBack production for BBCtv
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow ● STEREO
Stand-up comedy and music, including Jeremy Hardy , Larry Amoros , Perrier Award winner John Thompson , Paul Provenza from America, and Cathy Dennis. Producers Juliet Blake , Trevor Hopkins
An English Channel production for BBCtv